Business input sought for Cornish marine 'Towards 2030' plan

An industry position paper outlining what needs to be done to make Cornwall a world-leader in marine offshore ...

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Wave energy materials get ‘concrete’ government support

Wave Energy Scotland (WES) has awarded contracts with a total value of £1.4 million to three innovation projects ...

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Nordic marine set for Brussels showcase

Marine energy developers from the Nordic countries will showcase the advancements achieved in the sector through ...

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UK marine energy test centers join forces for Welsh newbie

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) and Wave Hub have signed an agreement with Marine Energy Wales to provide ...

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New framework adopted for south English sea control

The UK government has adopted a new framework for managing marine activities around the south coast of England, ...

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America boosts alternative marine energy uses

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded around $2 million to further advance the development of a ...

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PLAT-I steers to Grand Passage as demo boards public check

Nova Scotia’s Department of Energy has opened a 30-day public comment period for the Grand Passage tidal ...

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Barbados targets ocean potential

The government of Barbados has opened a tender for consulting services for a wide range of technical studies ...

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Data gathering buoys bob to Albany test site waves

New technology, said to measure ocean waves and currents with greater accuracy than ever before, is being deployed ...

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Western Indian Ocean up for marine renewables market study

Consulting services are being sought for the delivery of market study into the challenges and opportunities for the ...

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WPTO sets up marine energy materials catch-up

The Water Power Technologies Office (WPTO) of the US Department of Energy has organized a webinar that will provide ...

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PLAT-I en route to Canada

Sustainable Marine Energy’s PLAT-I tidal energy platform is currently sailing across the Atlantic towards Canada ...

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Swansea lagoon ruling ‘a manifest distortion of truth'

Tidal Lagoon Power (TLP) – the company behind the Swansea Bay tidal lagoon proposal – has called the UK department ...

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Orkney’s research and innovation post up for grabs

Experienced professionals with a wide range of skills in the UK energy sector have been invited to apply to the ...

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Irish tidal joins in €30M European Smart Cities project

The hydrokinetic turbines, developed by Irish company GKinetic Energy, could soon be powering the city center of ...

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China and UK establish joint energy storage research center

Experts from the United Kingdom, and their colleagues from China, have come together to create a joint research ...

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Morlais tidal demo zone gears up marine ecology surveyors

In support of the development of the Morlais tidal energy demonstration zone - Menter Môn, the manager of the ...

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Welsh marine spotlights benefits of cross-border teamwork

Marine Energy Wales has welcomed the recent deployment of WaveSub, highlighting the capacity of marine energy ...

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TTT turbines spin back to Strangford Lough flows

Two tidal turbines, equipped with range of sensors, have been redeployed in Northern Ireland for research purposes ...

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Centuries old ICE puts EMEC among 200 world’s greatest

Marking its 200th anniversary, and in support of UK government's Year of Engineering - The Institution of Civil ...

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Edinburgh uploads free wave systems simulation box

The e-Drive project team has launched the Edinburgh Wave Systems Simulation Toolbox primarily designed for the ...

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Oregon’s PacWave pens shore base deed

Oregon State University has purchased a five-acre parcel along the central Oregon coast that will be the ...

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OEE applauds ‘pro-feed in tariff’ ocean energy market study

Ocean Energy Europe (OEE) has welcomed the findings of the European Commission’s ocean energy market study which ...

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Ireland’s emerging marine post €400M turnover last year

Emerging marine industries had a turnover of €398 million and provided employment to over 2,000 full-time ...

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The Flemish launch Blue Cluster

The northern region of Belgium called Flanders has launched a Blue Cluster - an organization dedicated to ...

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Swansea Lagoon: An unjust decision

David Clubb reflects on the UK Government’s decision not to invest in the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon

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Funds stand ready for American energy-water desalination hub

United States’ Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) intends to issue a funding call to establish ...

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